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  • What deposit do you require?
    The booking fee is actually the cost of the trial, this saves your date in the diary and is redeemed against the brides trial. Please see my terms and conditions for more information.
  • Can I change the number of services I book you for?
    If you need to change anything before the big day you will need to let me know as soon as possible. When you fill out my enquiry form, please put the maximum services you think you may require. I will then be able to work out how many artists I need with timings. If you require individual pricing i.e wish to know the difference between makeup for your bridal party, please take a look at my services and prices page for a break down of each. You can change the amount of services you require up to 90 days before your wedding day. After that you will be charged for the original amount (if reductions are made).
  • When do you require final payment?
    Final payment of the remaining balance of is required 1 month before your wedding day , if the service is less than 1 month away, full payment is required to secure the booking. Please note, the invoice will need to be paid in total and can not be split into payments
  • How long do you need on the wedding day?
    This is very dependent on wedding party size, time restrictions on the day, getting ready venue and many other factors. This will be discussed with you in detail on your trial. However as a general rule, 1 hour for the bride makeup, 45 minutes per face for the rest of the bridal party. I always give you an hour to get into your dress ( this sounds a lot but it goes fast on a wedding morning and this give you time to get in your dress, have any adjustments that are needed and time to have photos with your bridal party before you leave)
  • What is your cancellation policy?
    For wedding day cancellations please see my Terms & Conditions for more details. Trial cancellations will be charged at 50% with less than 24 hours notice.
  • Where/When do the trials take place?
    I hold trials at my home Studio In Poulton-le-Fylde, Lancashire. I offer these on Wednesdays and one Sunday a month. Between 10am and 4pm. It’s best to book your trial in 6 months before your wedding, although I will be in contact with you around this time to get this booked in for you, so you don’t need to worry. Please note trial dates go fast especially in wedding season (March to September) if you need a Sunday please it’s a good idea to book in early.
  • How long does a trial take?
    Trials take around 2 hours in this time we talk though your wedding plains so I can get a feel of your vibe and style of the day. I do ask a lot of questions but please don’t worry about knowing all the answers as it is just to help me get to know you better. I love to see photos of your dress, flowers, hair and ask you to bring a photo along of when you felt amazing (we all have one, I promise) I take photos of your finished look and make a face chart for you to keep after the wedding with all the products that I’ve used just in case you love any of them as much as I do and want them for your own Kits. If you wish to try more than one style, you may need to book a second trial as due to timings, only minor changes can be made. I will send a pre trial questionnaire to get an idea of the style you'd like to try, which saves time on the day.
  • Can I bring someone with me for the trial?
    Yes of course, but due to space restrictions only one extra person can attend with you.
  • What do I need to bring anything for the trial?
    I love to see photos of your dress, flowers, hair and a photo of you where you feel amazing. Also, to help you have a real feel for how you will look on the big day, I ask you to bring a white top along so that you can imagine how you will look.
  • Is the Studio Step Free?
    The studio is unfortunately not step free, as there are two steps in order to access the studio. However, if step free access is important to you, please include this on the “contact us” page and I will try and accommodate where possible.
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